Oct. 6 sports roundup
Note: Due to early print deadlines, these results will appear in print Thursday. Visit eveningtribune.com and wellsvilledaily.com for the latest updates.
TROUPSBURG — Hornell's running Red Raiders picked up their first win of the season when they traveled to Jasper-Troupsburg for a Wednesday evening cross country matchup.
In the girls race, Hornell swept the top three spots, with Carter Browne leading the way with a first place finish in 25:44. Kelsea Greenthal finished second overall with a 25:54 while Norah Foreman added a third place finish with a time of 25:59.
Jasper-Troupsburg was led by Kiersten Lamphier’s fourth place finish at 26:18. Caitlin Lamphier was right behind her at 26:34, and Cash Perry rounded out the top six with a time of 26:36.
The Hornell boys swept all of the top six spots, led by a 21:59 first place finish from Einon Walsh. Quinn Stillman finished second at 22:05 while Collin Murphy finished third in 23:45. Max Freas (23:45), Matthew Sullivan (23:50) and Hunter Mosher (26:59) rounded out the top six.
“First, we were happy to be racing. It was a beautiful day for cross country, and while it took a few hundred meters to get back in the groove, the team grew more comfortable as the race wore on,” said HHS head coach Damian DeMarco. “The veterans helped newcomers Quinn Stillman and Max Freas understand how to run a steady race. The girls chased the Lady Wildcats through the first half, but remained patient and moved ahead in the last quarter of the race.”
Hornell now hosts a tough Arkport/Alfred-Almond/Canaseraga squad on Friday afternoon for a senior night at 5 p.m.
Livonia 4, Dansville 3
DANSVILLE — The Dansville Mustangs erased a two-goal deficit on Wednesday night in Dansville, but the Livonia Bulldogs scored the only goal in overtime in order to earn a tough 4-3 win in Dansville.
Madison Lee scored the only first-half goal for the Mustangs thanks to an assist from Kali Meyer. Meyer then tallied her own goal in the 15th minute of the second half to cut the lead to one off of an assist from Sophia Frisiras. Lee then added her second goal in the 30th minute to tie the game at 3-3 at the end of regulation with an assist going to Mackenzie Johnson-Boser.
Jenna Leverson, Anna Cinquino, Emily O’Duffy and Morgan Haugh all scored goals for the Lady Bulldogs. O’Duffy added two assists, as did Isabelle Dennis in the win.
Dansville (0-1) now hits the road on Thursday evening for a 6:30 p.m. contest with the Hornell Lady Red Raiders.
Wayland-Cohocton 2, Perry 0
PERRY — The Wayland-Cohocton Golden Eagles scored two early goals on Wednesday evening en route to a 2-0 shutout win over Perry in Perry.
Miranda Carwright got on the board early, as she scored off of an assist from Hannah Fairbrother in just the third minute of play. Fairbrother then made it 2-0 in the 11th minute with a goal of her own. Kailey Johnson grabbed the assist on the play.
Way-Co goalie Mackenzie Pickard completed the 80-minute shutout, coming away with six saves in the win.
The Golden Eagles (1-0) now return home on Thursday evening for a 6:30 p.m. contest against Warsaw at the Cohocton Sports Complex.
Keshequa 5, Pavilion 1
NUNDA — The Keshequa Indians started the season off strong as the defeated Pavilion by a dominating 5-1 final on Wednesday evening in Nunda.
Emerson Willett led the way with a pair of goals and an assist, while Heather Moriarty, Ava Thayer and Kelsey Davis each added goals in the win. Moriarty also chipped in an assist alongside Catrina Pierce and Emilee Wright.
Aurora Straton made two saves in the win. Keshequa (1-0) remain in Kiwanis Park on Thursday evening for a 6:30 p.m. contest against Caledonia-Mumford.
Fillmore 4, Genesee Valley 0
FILLMORE — Mitchell Ward netted a pair of goals and dished an assist to lead Fillmore to a 4-0 shutout of Genesee Valley Tuesday.
Fillmore (2-0) scored twice in each half. Alex Ellsworth and Isaiah Voss both chipped in scores, Brent Zubikowski and Eben Schilke adding assists.
Fillmore outshot Genesee Valley 13-4. Dylan Valentine made four saves in the shutout for the Eagles, who visit Bolivar-Richburg Thursday. Keegan McKnight made nine saves for the Jaguars (0-1-1), who visit Wellsville Thursday.
Bolivar-Richburg 5, Scio 1
BOLIVAR — Rudy Polk and Jason Greeson were the driving force behind Bolivar-Richburg poured on four goals in the second half, powering to a 5-1 victory over visiting Scio on Tuesday.
Rudy Polk and Jason Greeson both scored twice to lead the way. Wyatt Karnuth had a goal and an assist. Mark Pangburn dished a pair of assists, while Maliky Hall and Hunter Stuck both added one each for the Wolverines (2-0).
The Tigers (1-1) received their lone goal for the second straight game from Cam Loucks, which tied the contest 1-1 at halftime.
Wayne Karnuth made five saves for B-R (2-0), which visits Fillmore Thursday. Cory Bolzan made 15 saves for the Tigers (1-1), who visit Cuba-Rushford Thursday.
Belfast 1, Hinsdale 0
BELFAST — Matt Weaver netted an assist from Melvin Hamer with two minutes left in the first half, leading Belfast to a 1-0 win over visiting Hinsdale Tuesday night.
While the scoreboard remained close, Belfast (1-1) outshot Hinsdale 10-2.
Stephen Struckmann made two saves in the shutout for Belfast, which hosts Andover/Whitesville Thursday night. Hinsdale (0-1-1) got nine saves from Ethan Cashmere and visits Houghton Thursday.